And Apple is allowing people to remove it after 5 days. A nice example of how internet time differs from human time.
But at least they weren't scratched!
I used the past tense, "refused". Yahoo was threatened back in 2008. PRISM was highly classified then.
How can you fine someone for not cooperating in activities that the government refused to even admit existed?
Kind of a small sample size to categorize these failures as "some boards", with the implication that "some" has on perception. Admittedly two mobos failing in spectacular fashion out of the relatively few that have shipped into customers' hands is a bit troubling.
As in no discernible improvement in performance even across multiple generations. Intel's process-reduction strategy made sense in the past for improving battery life but now that notebooks are pushing 8+ hours on reasonably-sized batteries I don't think it's enough anymore.
An absolute cluster-fuck of inconsistent syntax and bolt-on extensions.
Is to stop taking sides in disputes inside hostile (but sovereign) nations and supplying the "good guys" with our weapons.
A calorie is in fact a calorie. It is true that carbohydrates, fats, and proteins each have different energy expenditures (loss) during human metabolism but these differences are already reflected in their rated calorie values - they are "net" values after metabolism. The law of conservation of energy trumps fad diet books, gross misconceptions, and imprecisely controlled human experiments.
According to this article: http://blog.ipspace.net/2009/0...
I suppose it depends on how one defines "gone". If living in hospice is considered living then I guess they're surviving.
The liquidator in 18 months when it comes time sell the remaining furniture and copy machines.
1080 HD and 5.1 audio are more than adequate for immersive viewing experiences. Most don't need or want more and even if they did they're certainly now willing to pay for it.
Couldn't happen to a nice industry. From their overpriced content to their monopolistic channel bundling requirements imposed on cable providers, the sooner the media companies die the better for all of us. And then maybe our cable bills will stop going up at 4x the rate of inflation.
If only other manufacturers would learn that stepping in front of an issue is always better than being run over by it, both for total cost and, more importantly, reputation.